Correct spelling for UNALE
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Possible correct spellings for unale
The very color of the gloves, moulded to hands of a gentleman, your step along the nave,-all, all, is so printed on my memory that sixty years hence i shall see the veriest trifles of this day of days,-the color of the atmosphere, the ray of sunshine that flickered on a certain pillar; i shall hear the prayer your step interrupted; i shall inhale the incense of the altar; forever i shall feel above our heads the priestly hands that blessed us both as you passed by me at the closing benediction.
Because a man wears trousers, shall there be no more cakes and ale?
"only a mother like you!
The interior sustaining walls are brick, and are lined with marble or covered with mosaics and decorated with every sort of inlay.
"he said he'd been unable to get his mind on business like he used to.
My little jean, whom i was carrying, was struck by three bullets, one in the right thigh, one in the ankle, and one in the chest.
Two birds thought they might enable him to fly by stretching his skin.
The matter has been considered from that angle.
Finally there was a grand finale of crashing cups and tinkling tins, the sound of a heavy blow, a grunt of muffled agony and-silence.
There i hoped to see as much as the time at my disposal would allow of kitchener's campaign along the nile.